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Law Firm in Austin, TX

Lincoln-Goldfinch Law

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Bringing Peace to Immigrant Families
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"Established in 2015, Lincoln-Goldfinch Law provides immigration and bankruptcy services from their offices in Austin Texas. The firm's founder, Kate Lincoln-Goldfinch has been guiding people all over the US and around the globe through the immigration process so they could live and work in the US without fear of deportation. Her and her team's mission is to ""bring peace to immigrant families"", their dedication to this mission is unparalleled.

The firm also proudly offers bankruptcy services to their local communities for those who need help with chapter 7 or chapter 13 bankruptcies.

Call us today to learn more about our values and services. We provide convenient and free over-the-phone or Zoom case evaluations for anyone with just about any type of immigration or bankruptcy matter, including but not limited to:

• Chapter 7 Bankruptcy
• Chapter 13 Bankruptcy
• Evictions
• Asylum / Refugees
• Green Cards
• Citizenship
• Employers
• Deportation
• Appeals
• Naturalization
• Deportation
• Citizenship
• DACA
• Adjustment Of Status
Practice Areas
 Legal Services  Online / Video Legal Consultation
 Bankruptcy  Social Security
 Children (Custody, Support)  Taxes
 Employment Law  Immigration, Visas, Citizenship, Deportation
 Financing & Taxes  Workers' Compensation
 Injuries & Accidents  Wrongful Termination
 Insurance
Licenses/Certifications
 Juris Doctor (J.D.)
Education/Training
University Of Texas
BS - Bachelor of Science
2004
University of Texas School of Law
JD - Juris Doctor
2008
Bio
"When I started law school at the University of Texas, I wanted to work in the field of social justice. I decided to enroll in the Immigration Clinic as I knew I would be able to help because I could speak Spanish. My first assignment as a student at the Clinic was to visit the Hutto Immigrant Detention Center. It was here that I met with a detained family of asylum seekers who had a 5 month old baby girl, she was wearing a onesie issued by the prison.

The girl's mom asked me if I would hold her during our meeting because I smelled like the outside world. When I got up to leave, her mom asked me if I could sneak her baby girl out with me and take care of her until she could get out. Although I couldn’t do that, I did passionately represent the family in their successful asylum case.

The elation I felt at helping obtain that family’s release and securing their future coupled with the horror I felt at seeing children in jail made my choice easy: I will spend my career fighting for justice and dignity for immigrants!
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Memberships
Travis County Women Lawyers Association, Austin Bar Association, Solo/Small Firm Section, American Immigrant Lawyers Association, National Immigration Project of the Lawyers Guild and Austin Young Lawyers Association
Other Languages
Spanish
Bar Admissions
Texas
Free Consultation
Yes
Helpful Links
Location
1005 E 40th St
AustinTX 78751
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